past participles

Grammar tag

Participles

A participle is a word that is formed from a verb and is used to make compound verb forms. We have 2 kinds of participles: past and present participle.

 

Past Participles

The past participle is the third principal part of a verb that is most commonly known to be used with tenses. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.

 

Past Perfect vs. Past Participle

There are similarities and differences between past perfect and past participle, which might cause confusion.

 

Hanged vs. Hung

Let us analyze this time what are the differences between these two. Do you know what they mean? How do we use them? Let's begin, then.

 

Dangling Modifiers

Who did this? Can't you find the subject? It's probably the dangling modifiers' work! Let's see what are they.

 

Seen vs. Saw

This time, we're gonna talk about the differences and similarities between these two words. Are you ready? Wanna come join me?

 

Began vs. Begun

This time, we're gonna analyze the differences between these two vers. Are you familiar with their tenses? Well, join me and we'll being our lesson.

 

Burnt vs. Burned

This time, we're gonna discuss the differences and similarities between these two verbs. If you're still interested in learning more, why not join me?

 

Sang vs. Sung

This time, we're gonna analyze the differences and similarities between these two words. Well, wanna learn more? Why not join me?

 

Lighted vs. Lit

In this lesson, we're gonna analyze the differences and similarities between these two verbs. Well, ready? Wanna join me?

 

Pleaded vs. Pled

In this lesson, we're gonna explain the slight differences between these two verbs. I can guarantee that you'll have one hell of a time.

 

Spilled vs. Spilt

In this lesson, we're gonna learn about all the differences and similarities between these two verbs. Well, wanna join me for more?

 

Shined vs. Shone

In this lesson, we're gonna discuss the differences and similarities between these two words. Well, wanna join me on another exciting trip?

 

Benefited vs. Benefitted

This time, we will dive into the differences and similarities between these two. Well, who' up for another exciting, learning adventure?

 

Tide vs. Tied

Ladies and gentlemen, let me take you to a new lesson and teach you all there is about the differences and similarities between these two words.

 

Learned vs. Learnt

In this lesson, we will talk about all the differences and similarities between these two words. Well, ready to learn more? Come on.

 

Leaped vs. Leapt

In this lesson, we will discover new things about the differences and similarities between these grammatically-confusing words.

 

Sank vs. Sunk

In this lesson, we're gonna analyze the differences and similarities between these two past forms of the verb 'sink'. Are they both correct?

 

Borne vs. Born

In this lesson, we're gonna discuss the differences and similarities between these words. If you're still interested in expanding your knowledge, come on.

 

Spoiled vs. Spoilt

This time, I've thought about focusing on more grammatically-confusing words. Which do you think is the correct past form?

 

Spelled vs. Spelt

Ladies and gentlemen, I wanna teach you an important grammar lesson today. Which one do you think is the correct past form of 'spell'?

 
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